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Re: Apartment Refigerators ...?

Posted by MikeW on January 19, 2000 at 15:55:57:

In Reply to: Apartment Refigerators ...? posted by Brian on January 19, 2000 at 15:27:25:

He only has to keep a working refrigerator in the apartment. Any replacement would have to have at least the same 'features' it had when you took the apartment. If the current one dies, I believe he can replace it with a used one. As long as it works, he's under no obligation to replace it.

: If you have been in a apartment complex for three years
: and you want to replace your (Refrig) because you are having a baby,
: and the (refrig) is like 40 years old (non-frost free) what is the law
: on this?? Should the Apt Complex Replace it for free or can I say
: in L&T (Queens County) thats It's Not working the way it should and to
: have it replaced with a frost-free one..???

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